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Poster: guyzilla Date: Apr 29, 2009 10:53pm
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: Yet more new monsters

Yep, I,m the culprit. Glad you're happy with them, that's why I do it. Now, down to your DIVX-DVD issue....

1.) THE HARD WAY---equipment required for this operation is--a DVD RECORDER---And---a DVD PLAYER that is RATED for DIVX cds. If PLAYER is not rated for DIVX, this won't work. Hook the PLAYER into the RECORDER's line-in plugs. Some recorders have two sets of line-in plugs so take your pick. Burn DIVx files onto a blank cd (I prefer to use RWs because you can use 'em over and over). Take your Divx cd and put it in the PLAYER. Take a blank DVD and put it in the RECORDER. Set RECORDER's input setting for AV-LINE (LINE 1 or LINE 2, whichever you're plugged into). Now press RECORD on the RECORDER, and PLAY on the PLAYER, and you're rolling. NOTE- this method does work, but it can be time consuming. If the movie is 90 minutes long, it will take 90 minutes to burn your DVD. Which brings us to...

2.)To do it this way you need to make sure your computer has a DVD burner. To convert your DIVX files DVD, use NERO 8, because NERO 7 doesn't convert DIVX to DVD. But your computer may already have software that works just as well. I use NERO to convert AND burn DVDs. It' pretty easy to use.

Well, that was lengthy, but I hope it was some help. If you need any more assistance, let me know.